The Malaysian press should not pay much attention to foreign sports and focus on local sports instead to help rebuild the industry which has been crippled by the Covid-19 pandemic, writes Ghaz Ramli.
Football decision-makers should start harvesting data to monetise their efforts, writes Perth-based Ghaz Ramli.
As Covid-19 cases spike in Malaysia and threaten the new M-League season, Perth-based Ghaz Ramli says it’s best for the administrators to think ahead and embrace the right stakeholders in a bid to survive this pandemic.
Noble as it may seem, acts of prematurely gifting youngsters who work hard towards achieving their goals will only spoil them as it is better to encourage and teach them that living the dream is not impossible, writes Perth-based Ghaz Ramli.
As a Malaysian parent it is not easy embracing the Australian education system as you sometimes feel your kids are not doing enough, writes Ghaz Ramli.
Authorities and stakeholders need to ensure KL-ites enjoy work-life balance, green spaces, and reduce number of fast food outlets in bid to push nation’s capital up World Healthiest Cities ranking.
Receiving news regarding the death of a loved one is never easy especially for those based abroad, explains the Perth-based writer following the passing of former colleague, young journalist Halim Said.
Those living outside Malaysia are mini-ambassadors of the country and contribute to nation-building in their own way.